Safe with 3 digit mechanical code lock

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AUD $122.73USD $

Is it a puzzle? Well, maybe that’s debatable. It is after all a wooden model that you need to assemble yourself. But it’s certainly a puzzling project to put the safe together. This is a self assembly model.

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Considering safe-cracking as a profession? This might be just where you should start. Build your own safe with a personal lock combination, store your most precious items in the safe (jewelry or candy, your choice), and then promptly forget your combination!

Is it a puzzle?  Well, maybe that’s debatable.  But it’s certainly a puzzling project to put the safe together.

Follow the handy steps in the instructions to master the mix of slow knob twists and careful listening to tumbler movements that will open the lock. Will you retrieve your items, or will you have to hire a locksmith? Try it and see.

The model is designed and made by UGEARS. They started in Kiev, Ukraine in 2014 creating very high quality and eye-catching  mechanical model kits.  They pride themselves on meticulous product testing and quality control and the presentation of the model is exceptional. Even in our world of video games and virtual reality, people still get excited when they find creative and fulfilling ways to use their hands and UGEARS models tick all those boxes!

Model size: 200mm x 180mm x 180mm
Space inside the safe: 150mm x 140mm x 100mm
Package size: 370mm x 170mm x 40mm

Age: 14+
Number of components: 179  Self Assembly model. No Glue.  All instructions required are included.
Note: This is a very substantial puzzle and weights approx 1.5kg.

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Weight 1.190 kg
Dimensions 37 × 17 × 3 cm

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  1. Paul


    The pack comes with detailed visual instructions which are easy to follow but could be easy to follow incorrectly. I am very proud of my little Wooden Safe but there were a lot of points throughout construction I could have accidentally put a piece in backwards or heaven forbid, the wrong piece (as some of them are incredibly similar)

    Definitely requires a clean area for assembly and I ended up using a little rubber mallet to aid in construction (not included). Also, you need a Razor Blade (to trim “joining bars”) and a Candle (to “lubricate” gears) (not included). I recommend taking a long tapered candle, slicing it in half lengthways and making a few “wax matchsticks” as you need to get into little nooks with wax near the end of the construction process.

    Totally Worth It!

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